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About the Intercultural Communication Minor

Why Study Intercultural Communication at Cedarville?

The intercultural communication minor will equip you with necessary communication skills for careers in a cross-cultural setting. This minor must be combined with a major (in any field) in order to graduate with your bachelor’s degree and be fully prepared for your chosen career path.

Consider These Majors — Interested in the intercultural communication minor? Complement it with one of the following majors:

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Program Curriculum

This minor requires 17 semester hours of courses that focus on a variety of intercultural communication settings. You may choose a study abroad course as part of this minor.

Sample courses:

  • Narrative and Cultural Literacy
  • Voices of Diversity

Program Format and Related Programs

Cedarville offers both graduate and undergraduate programs, with flexible completion options. You may also want to consider these related programs as you consider the degree or program that is a best fit for you.

Program Level and Format

  • Undergraduate
  • Residential
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